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Dollar Signs release video for “Punk on the Weekend”

Charlotte based folk-punks Dollar Signs have a new video out for the song “Punk on the Weekend,” which tells the all-too-familiar tale of balancing the drudgery of a day job with the punk rock life.  You can watch it below.

The song will appear on the band’s upcoming EP, Life is Ruff, which is due out on March 28 via their own label Possum Heart Records.



Radio Reds release music video for “Hold Me Like The Water”

North Carolina’s Radio Reds have released a music video for their song “Hold Me Like The Water,” which is currently available for free download on their Bandcamp page. You can check the video out below.

The band’s planning on releasing a new EP sometime this September through Scaredy Cat Records.



Radio Reds offer free download of new song “Hold Me Like The Water”

Recent reunited North Carolina punk act Radio Reds have released a new song entitled “Hold Me Like The Water” for free download. You can check it out below, alongside an acoustic version of the track, and snag your free copy via Bandcamp.

The band’s planning on releasing a new EP sometime this September through Scaredy Cat Records. Their debut full-length Memory Loss was released in 2013.



Radio Reds reunite with plans to release new EP

Only a few months after calling it quits, North Carolina’s Radio Reds have reunited and they’re planning on releasing a new EP sometime this September through Scaredy Cat Records.

That’s all we’ve got right now but we’ll keep you posted as more info on the EP comes to light. For the time being, you can stream/download the band’s 2013 debut album Memory Loss for free below.



The Radio Reds announce break-up

Greensboro, NC indie/post-punk act The Radio Reds announced their break-up yesterday via Facebook:

“The Radio Reds came together in early 2011, a natural evolution of Stephen’s acoustic album he recorded on Garageband in a dorm room. It was incredibly organic and truly beautiful how the band came into being, and it became something much bigger than any of us had intended. The band really got legs when Stephen’s brother joined on bass, bringing not only the quality or the art, but also the love in the band to a new level.
We did everything we thought you were supposed to do. Record EP’s, do a split 7”, do some touring near and far, and have fun! We are really incredibly lucky to have grown the we did, seen the places we saw and have met such wonderful people here in NC and abroad. It’s incredible that music has brought us so many friends around the country, and even some special ones overseas.
In the last year we had shed a handful of members, turned over replacements and are now at that point once again. It’s gotten to where stability is a void, and every time we get ready to move on to new music and touring, we have to rebuild yet again. The Radio Reds book is closing, and we have decided to read the writing on the wall and accept it. There’s a combination of practicality at play, as well as a loss of energy and an eye on the future.”

Check out the full statement here.

The band last released “Memory Loss” on July 23rd through Scaredy Cat Records.



Full Album Stream: The Radio Reds – “Memory Loss”

Greensboro, NC indie/post-punk act The Radio Reds are streaming their upcoming album “Memory Loss” in its entirety.

You can check it out right here.

“Memory Loss” is set to be released on July 23rd through Scaredy Cat Records.



New Song: The Radio Reds – “The Artist”

Greensboro, NC indie/post-punk act The Radio Reds are streaming a new song titled “The Artist”. You can check it out here.

The song is set to appear on the band’s upcoming album “Memory Loss”, due out through Scaredy Cat Records.  You can download the first single, “Southern Belle”, for free on their bandcamp.



Music Video: The Radio Reds – “Southern Belle”

Greensboro, NC indie/post-punk act The Radio Reds have premiered a music video for their song “Southern Belle” which you can check out right here.

The song is the first single off the band’s upcoming album “Memory Loss”, due out through Scaredy Cat Records.  You can download the tune for free on their bandcamp.